Feeders and qualifiers for the Aqueduct Challenge have been added to the lineup at DRF Tournaments. The Aqueduct Challenge is a $500 live&#45;bankroll event to be held at The Big A on Nov. 18. Of that $500, $250 will be applied to the prize pool, which gets paid back 100 percent to players, and $250 will act as the betting bank.This format is obviously great for New York circuit regulars, but it&rsquo;s worth considering shipping in for this contest as well. Players unfamiliar with live&#45;bank play will have the opportunity to learn a lot about how to play in these events without much risk &ndash; especially if they qualify in.The first DRFT qualifier will be held this Sunday (Oct. 29) and costs $60. One in 10 players will advance to the finals. Players looking to get involved for even less money up front can feed into the qualifier for $14, with one in five advancing.Saturday&rsquo;s featured event on DRF Tournaments is a Grade 1 qualifier for the World Championship of Handicapping. As always in the Grade 1&rsquo;s, entries cost $580 and one in 10 players will win their $5,000 buy&#45;ins for the $1 million, no&#45;takeout WCH finals. Players have the option of winning into the Grade 1 in a variety of ways. Every operating day DRFT offers Round 1 events where $95 gets you an entry and one in seven advance. You can also win in to the Round 1&rsquo;s through low cost feeders.Also of note this weekend on the site are Round 1 feeders for next weekend&rsquo;s Del Mar Fall Challenge qualifier. These Round 1&rsquo;s have the same terms as the ones for the WCH. That is, it costs $95 to play and one in seven move forward.As ever, DRFT will be hosting many other games, including match&#45;ups, winner&#45;take&#45;alls, and credit&#45;builders. There are all great ways to fun your upcoming play. Games are typically announced 48 hours in advance. Go to tournaments.drf.com for a full list of all the opportunities.